We've seen some unique real estate listings, but this is one of the greatest. The sprawling, 81-acre riverside estate of boxing heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali is for sale in Berrien Springs, Michigan.

Muhammad Al was born in Louisville, Kentucky and passed away at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona, in 2016 but the champ loved Michigan. In 1975, he bought an estate in Berrien Springs that had formerly belonged to Chicago's infamous Al Capone. The Detroit News reports Ali lived there until 2006. Now, it could be your home.

Surprisingly, there are only 3 bedrooms and 2 baths but there is a lot to love about this property. Secluded and private, it sits on 81 acres with a full mile of frontage on the St. Joseph River. The Cressy & Everett/Trulia listing reads,

As you enter the gated entrance, the serenity and privacy will embrace you. The lawn and extensive landscaping is phenomenal. A circular drive takes you to the main house, carriage house, pool, gym, garages, barns, and office epicenter. The Gym is midpoint. You will feel his presence. The boxing ring is center stage. Various exercise equipment surrounds it. Steam room, private baths, massage room, laundry and hot tub spa. A full sport basketball court is just outside.

A bargain at $2.85 million, if you put 20% down, your mortgage is less than $15,000 a month to live like a champ. Dream with me as we look at the incredible pictures of the Michigan Muhammad Ali estate for sale.

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